With Jessica Otis, “Name That Book: Identifying Digital Objects During Research and Discovery,” Bibliography Among the Disciplines Conference, Philadelphia, PA. October 2017.
“Genealogies of the Text: Digital provenance and early modern drama,” Digitizing the Stage Conference, Bodleian Library, Oxford. July 2017.
A Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama, Digital Showcase. SHARP, Victoria, BC. June 2017.
“‘I thought it well deseuring my Labor’: Narratives of Print Production in Early Modern Books.” SHARP, Victoria, BC. June 2017.
Fishbowl: “Transparent, Reliable, and Consistent: Editorial Practice in the Folgersphere,” Society for Textual Scholarship, MITH, University of Maryland. June 2017.
“The ‘I’ in Early Modern Printers’ Epistles: Autobiography and the Cultural Development of a Technology.” RSA, Chicago, IL. March 2017.
Panel participant, Research Infrastructure for Early Modern Studies. RSA, Chicago, IL. March 2017.
With Elizabeth Williamson, “Documenting Marlowe: affordances and opportunities of digital first editions in the classroom.” MLA, Philadelphia, PA. January 2017.
“The Role of the Repository in Book History and Early Modern Scholarly Discussions,” SHARP, Paris. July 2016.
Speaker, Folger Digital Agendas 1: New Model Encoding, Renaissance Society of America, Boston. March 2016.
Plenary panel speaker, The Great Work Begins: EEBO-TCP in the Wild, Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans. March 2016.
Chair, Archival Publics: Tracing Humans / Human Traces in the Archives. Austin, Texas. January 2016.
“The Library as Collaborator: The Folger’s EEBO-TCP Project Landscape.” MLA, Austin, Texas. January 2016.
Lifecycles of Digital Humanities Projects: A Plenary Roundtable. Sixteenth Century Society & Conference, Vancouver, BC. October 2015.
“Adapting ‘to the Reader’: Depictions of Textual Production in Sixteenth-Century Adaptations of Lydgate.” SHARP, Montreal. July 2015.
Co-presenter, with Abbie Weinberg, “‘O wiki’d wit and gifts, that have the power / So to seduce!’: Creating a Public Collaborative Digital Space for a Special Collections Environment” at the University of San Diego Digital Initiatives Symposium, San Diego, CA, April 2015 and ACRL-NEC, Worcester, MA, May 2015 (same title, slightly different talks).
Respondent, From Drama to DH: Innovative Methods for Teaching British History and Literature Panel. MACBS, Baltimore, MD. March 2015.
Chair, Bibliography and Textual Criticism Panel. South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2014.
“International Gatherings: Fragmented News and Recombinant Armada Texts.” Renaissance Society of America, New York City. March 2014.
Secretary, “Editorial, Biographical, and Biological Interventions in Networks of Print”: Bibliography and Textual Criticism Panel. South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2013.
“‘In what termes England standeth in the Opinion of the Catholiques’: Depicting English Catholic Loyalty After the Armada.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2013.
“‘The Printer to the Reader’: Spinning the Spanish Armada.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Durham, North Carolina. November 2012.
“‘By Examples Passed in this Realme:’ Narratives of Print Production in The Mirror for Magistrates.” The Book Through Time, Merton College, Oxford. June 2012.
“Printing the Armada: The Literary Footprint of an International Event.” Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Dallas, Texas. October 2009.
Chair, Panel on “Contesting Definitions of Nation” Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Dallas, Texas. October 2009.
“‘Court occasion that she may be ready’: Bawdy Politics and Political Bodies in The Island Princess,” Navigating the Body: Mapping, Spaces, and Embodiment Conference, the University of Virginia. March 2009.
“The Shape of Anonymity: Projections of Authorship in Mary Astell’s Rhetoric” at Projection: Speculating on Presence, Absence, and Nonsense Conference, City University of New York. March 2009.